A question in the examination for the fourth year of international law at the Faculty of Law at Sohag University in Egypt aroused the anger of the Egyptian club Zamalek fans.
In his first question from the exam, the subject professor assumed the death of the Moroccan player and striker of the Zamalek club, Ashraf Bin Sharqi, with the new Corona virus while he was in Egypt, and the emergence of problems between his wife and children and an Egyptian brother residing in the Juhayna center in Sohag, on his huge estate that he left ended with lawsuits before an Egyptian court .
The examiner asks students to answer questions they have placed in this regard in the context of their studies of international law.
Activists of the fans of the Zamalek club published the question on their pages on the social networking site “Facebook”, with the name and photo of the doctor who made the exam, accompanied by angry posts and comments demanding that the club management quickly prosecute him, while the post circulated very quickly among the pages of the white club fans, and angry comments poured into the post. Which said about the doctor who made the exam that he is Ahlawi and that he hates the player Bin Sharqi because of his strong performance with the Zamalek club, threatening to file lawsuits against the test taker.
Immediately, Sohag University decided to stop the assignment of the professor who put the question “Bin Sharqi” and to address the President of Assiut University to investigate the incident, as the professor is delegated from Assiut University.
Dr. Ahmed Aziz, President of Sohag University, said in statements to Al-Youm Al-Sabea newspaper: “We appreciate the player, his family and the Moroccan people, and condemn what the professor did, stressing that the exam questions are confidential and only the professor of the subject sees them, and that the university was surprised by the question, as it was brought up. With the students, we appreciate the fans and popularity of Zamalek Club, and we affirm our full respect for everyone. “
And he went on to say that with regard to putting the question on the exam, students will be counted on the question’s score and will not be canceled.
Source: The Seventh Day